Effect of height of bridge above water on salt deposition levels
CRC Construction Innovation (2006) Effect of height of bridge above water on salt deposition levels. CRC for Construction Innovation, Brisbane.
Maintenance of bridge structures is a major issue for the Queensland Department of Main Roads. In the previous phase of this CRC project an initial approach was made towards the development of a program for lifetime prediction of metallic bridge components. This involved the analysis of five representative bridge structures with respect to salt deposition (a major contributor to metallic corrosion) to determine common elements to be used as “cases” - those defined for buildings are not applicable. The five bridges analysed included the Gladstone Port Access Road Overpass, Stewart Road Overpass, South Johnstone River Bridge, Johnson Creek Bridge and the Ward River Bridge.
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|Keywords:||CRC for Construction Innovation, Program B : Sustainable Built Assets , Project 2005-2003-B : Learning System for Life Prediction of Infrastructure|
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